by Phoenix Sullivan

A pair of seemingly unrelated outbreaks — a rise in human stroke-like cases and a rapidly spreading animal disease — lead a CDC analyst and a veterinarian to a shocking discovery in a big game compound in a remote corner of North Dakota. There they find a genetic engineering secret entrepreneur Walt Thurman will kill to protect. But even if Mike and Donna can escape the compound with the secret of Sector C, it may already be too late. Because after today, extinct no longer means forever.

Ripped from today’s research and tomorrow’s headlines, SECTOR C is a medical mystery/near-future, SF thriller fans of Michael Crichton and Daniel Kalla are sure to enjoy.

Over 110 Five Star Reviews!

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Category: Science Fiction - Genetic Engineering


by K.A. Salidas

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When the world as we know it ends, the real monsters are revealed. In this new world weaknesses will end you, playing fair could kill you, and trusting anyone is simply not an option.

Mira is a survivor. At any cost. A vampire imprisoned by a brutal human regime and forced by her capricious masters to battle her own kind in the gladiatorial arena. Every life she ends takes her further from her dream.

Escape. Freedom. Peace.

But after thirty years of servitude behind the Iron Gate, finally she has a chance to break free. And it comes from the source she least expected. A human.

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Category: Science Fiction - Post-Apocalyptic


Narrowly escaping death at the hands of the Magistrate, Mira travels west, toward the coast. With three weakened human fugitives accompanying her, she searches for the mythical land of Sanctuary.

After encountering a pack of wolf shifters, headed by the charismatic—and brazen—Stryker, Mira learns that Sanctuary is real after all. Caldera Grove: home of the Otherkin. Hidden in the mouth of a dormant volcano, it has protected its residents from humans since the early days following the great cataclysm. For Mira— a vampire— Caldera Grove is a land of peace; an escape from the relentless persecution of the humans who once enslaved her, and an end to the daily struggle and bloodshed of being a gladiator.

For the humans accompanying her, Caldera Grove means death. Humans, greedy and untrustworthy creatures, are destroyed before they can penetrate its borders.

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Category: Science Fiction - Post-Apocalyptic

The Girl Who Could Change Fate

by Cassidy Ostergren

Lacey is your average, everyday teenager; she unwillingly goes to school, tries to maintain at least a “D” in Chemistry and spends Friday nights creeping on her crush on Facebook. She is ordinary just like everybody else, except for one tiny little detail — she can change the future.

After Lacey is introduced to the Fate Changing Regime, her life descends into chaos. A fanatical groups opposing the FCR will stop at nothing to eliminate the Fate Changers. Lacey also finds herself trying (and failing) to ignore her deepening feelings for the enigmatic Christian Angel, a young man in the Regime.

A blend of fantasy, romance and suspense, The Girl Who Could Change Fate explores values of friendship, love and the journey of finding your own identity.

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Category: Fantasy - Paranormal & Urban

The Journey of Joseph Winter: A Christmas Fairy Tale

by John Anthony

The Journey of Joseph Winter is a heartwarming holiday story in the tradition of It’s a Wonderful Life and A Miracle on 34th Street.

Joseph Winter is a good and gentle man, but he carries with him the pain and regret of a childhood mistake. When a package mysteriously arrives on his doorstep, he is invited on a trek that defies logic. Traveling far from his quaint home in St. Paul into the snowy landscapes of the Arctic, the journey takes him in search of the one man who may be able to help him find peace—Santa Claus.

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Category: Fantasy - Myths & Legends

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